Hill Country Film Festival in Fredericksburg This Weekend

Hill Country Film Festival (HCFF) is a three-day independent film festival in the heart of the picturesque Hill Country in Fredericksburg, Texas May 2-5, 2013. Created to celebrate and showcase filmmakers from Texas and around the world, the festival began in 2010. This year HCFF will screen more than 50 independent films, both short and feature length, as well as hosted filmmaker Q&A/interviews, discussion panels, happy hours and festival parties.

All-Access Badges & Day Passes are available: http://hcff13.eventbrite.com/

Individual tickets can be purchased at the door – $10/block

HCFF will screen nearly 60 feature films and short films that represent 11 countries. Here is a sample:

2013 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS

Four feature films to be screened include 2013 Dallas International Film Festival World Premiere BUCK WILD (d. Tyler Glodt, U.S., 2013); 2012 Napa Valley Film Festival Premiere and Texas Premiere, SOMM (d. Jason Wise, U.S., 2012); and 2013 Phoenix Film Festival World Premiere and Texas Premiere WAKING (d. Ben Shelton, U.S., 2013).

Buck Wild | USA | Comedy/Horror | Tyler Glodt

Somm | USA | Documentary | Jason Wise

Stuck in Love | USA | Dramedy | Josh Boone

Waking | USA | Drama | Ben Shelton

Short films:

Black Metal | USA | Drama | Kat Candler (was at Sundance Film Festival 2013)

Caldera | USA | Animation | Evan Viera

Fábula | Argentina | Drama | Augustin Falco

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Lessons in Life #3 | USA | Drama | Rupert-Anthony Ortiz (screens on Friday, May 3rd at 2:30pm).

For the complete list of films to be screened at the Hill Country Film Festival, visit www.hillcountryff.com/films

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